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E - Extra copies of the NEWs can
be obtained at this Office on days of
publication. Price only five cents a
New Ad'rti eten.
Qhionu! Onions ! I- McIntyre &
Attention is called to the adver
tiseniont of new Goods by Messrs.
Woqdward & Liw. Give thom a oall.
See n'otices of Sheriff Sales, by L.
W. Duvall, Sheriff of Fairfield Coun.
Mr. A. '. Miller bus just receivel
a lot of extra fine Sugars. We have
tried theni. Soo advertisemunit,
WVinnasimboro Cottona Market.
Since the 9th inst., 472 bales of
cotton have been sold in this market,
at prices ranging from 17-t to 134.
Death of' Aniother Soldier.
Private Short, of Troop "U' 7th
U. 8 Cavalry, lately stationed at thia
place, died on the lh inst., of con
gestive intermittent lever.
Mr. I. Matcbett has kindly placed
upon our table a fine lot of Sweet Po
tatocs, the finest we have seen this
season. They are of the Red skin
variety, and when fried are delicious.
Mr. M. will accept our thanks for the
lot left with us.
New Telegraph Office.
We are pleased to report that the
Southern and Atlantic Telegraph
Company have an office now in full
operation in our town. Their rates
are so low that the "telegraphing"
community will find it tj their inter
est to patroniz- them.
Heavy on ILIptIsts.
We heard recently that one of our
pronncnt citize us was approached'tiy
a committee of ladies of the BaptiAt
cong(;regation, and soliel;ed to sub
scribe for a chandelier for their
church. I innocently replied that
it was no use to buy it as no one in
the congregation could pday it.
We respectfully invite attention to
the advertise ment of our friend A. 1.
Miller of candy notoriety, whose skill
in catering to the terfined tastes of
those who appreciAte the sweet thiug.
of culinary art has been most conspic
uous in our community for souic time
11t. ll is special attention to this)
departmnit and his ability to give
satisfaction has been atteteil by tht
popularity and success which has ever
and still attends him.
We are informed that the ladies
connected with Iilethodist CJhturch, of
this plce, propose holding a Fair and
Fest ivalI, on 25.h1 of this mont h, and
to cont inueo during the next day, if
attended with favorable results the
first day. The objects of the Fait
arc commendlable in the highest de
gree, and should receive the substat,
tial endorsement and support of all
our chtaritably d ispo4ed citizens.
if"' A person calling himself
Keele, medium size, red fuce, black
hair, moustaches and chin whiskers,
about thirty years old, is reported as
an imposter by the North Carolina
papers, and as having been endeavor
ing to swindle the Charlotte people
in the matter of charity. Pass hinm
Our friend "D~oe" advertisers KlId
ncr's Cincinnatti Lager Bcer fresh
from the brewery. It is a wh~olesout
and delightful beverage.
Messrs. Ketchiin & Robertson ad
vertise to-day a select stock of
Family and P'lantation Groceris.
Those in need of anything in their
line should not fail to give them an
early call. They are also prepared to
ship cotton to either domestic or for
cign ports, an I will make liberal cash
advances on co~ndgomei.nts.
Departure oh 'iTroops.
Troop "E" of 7th UJ. S. Cavalry,
known as the "Blacek Ihorse Troop,"
arrived hore Thursday evening last,
and departed F'riday morning in comn
pany with Tr1oop "L"' of same Regi.
ment, which has beeni stationed at
this place for thie past four or five
months. Their exacet destination is
tunknown to any~ one otside of mili
It is isupposcd, however, that a
flank movement is contemplated
against the bloody Ku Klux of tipper
South Carolina and lower North Ca
rolina. In case we hear of any "big"
battles, we shall inform our readers of
We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitation from Secretary Zimmaerman
to attecnd the "Fair of the Carolias,"
to be held at Charlotte, N. C., Ootc,
ber 24, 25, 26, and 27. -
Hlorses and Musev
Air. A. F. Gooding Informs us thai
he will have on or boforo Friday, the
20th instant, a fine lot of Horses and
Mules. Don't forget, but remembet
that the 20th instant is the time.
'Tho Columbia Division of Bons o:
Temperance is flourishing.
The records of tho United StateE
Marshal's office have been removed to
'T'here were thirty-eight deaths in
Charleston for the week ending Octo
ber 7th, of which 23 were whites.
The County Coutmisioners of Or
angoburg, charged with inalfeasance
in office, have been convicted.
The question in Columbia now i6
"Who stole the G overnor's boot "
The Darlington Southern says that
the County Fair was a decided sue.
cess, and the display of animals and
An exchange says :"A man wh<
turns up his nose at his home paier
and never contributes a cent to its
support, will surely in titue, dwindle
out. iktory says so ; mien who cat
show you millions say so. Consider
and send ini you advertisements.'
Boys should bo. careful how they
use the india-rubber sling as a lau
living in Knowrillle, Tenessev, ha.
le o1 hits eyes kwocheok U ULthe other
day by a bucksbot whiteh was shot at
hi I with one of these inatruuJInts it
the hands of another boy.
Keep a wet cloth around the loal
that is being out from, and wet every
time after a meal. This, it is said
will keep bread from drying and te
remaiu in a tresh state.
The State or South 0..rolina.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIEDD.
Sainl. N. Clowney, Clerk of Court of Corn
mon Pleas, lliintiff. vs. Caruline Wyli,
and lier husbiand John Wylio. Ntney G.
Hendrix and others, Defendants.
I n pursuance of an order of Court inade
in the above stated cause, I will offer for
sale at public auction, to the highest hid.
der. before the Court House door Ini Winns
1oro, withlir. t lie legal hours of sale, Onl th1c
first Mlonday in November next, the follow.
ing described property, to wit:
All that tract of land containing Three
fitndred and Ninety Two Acres. moire i
less, situated and lying in the County am
State aforesaid, bounded by lainds now. or
lately owned by John Bratton, John mag
Icy. Chas. Cathcart, John Wylie and others
Terms of Sae.
One-third cash to be paid on the day o
sale, the balance ott a credit of twelvt
mont Its, with interest thereon fron the day
of sale, to be secured by bon,. of the por
claser at d mortgage of premises. purcbas
or to pay for stamps and necessary papers
L. W. DUVALL, S. F. 0,
Wiinshoro, Oct. 9, 1871.
The Stalte of South 4 arolinla.
COUNTY OF FAIRFIMLD.
PhilIp C. llroo~n, Eliza Iiughes, Plaintiffs
vs. Auntin D. Arledge, Mary E. Nelsoti
aind lher husband Jamtes Nelson atnd oth
In pursuanee of an order of the Court ot
Probate, made in the above stated catise. I
wi.l offer fot sale at public autteion to ithe
highest, bider before the Court Ilouse dloot
in WIinnsborn, wit hin the liegal hours o
sale, on the first Monday ini November ne-xt
the following described Ptpropety, to wit:
Onie tract of latnd which Isaac Atrledge,
Jr., had thte possession and bedneficial in
t erest of dturing hi' li fe tiune. Cunt ainin1
Three Ilndred and Fifty-five and otte-thtit
Acres, more otr less, lying atnd tsituate it
the Counity and State aforesaid and~ boutnd
ed by lanids of John Nelson, R eubenci Bell
lBenjamin Cloud anid ot hers. And also ot
othier tract, of land which William Arledg<
htad thet beneficial intetcst of duritng htim
Isa life i tite, lying atnd situte in thle Cotnn
ty and State aforesnid, conttainting Thret
IIltundred andl For-ty Acres, more or less
and biotinded by lnnds of D~r. R. II. 1id
mundtil , letiry 1L. EBiot t Jo,. St ewat aut
Termis of Sale.
Otne-t hitrd cae Ih ,- be pahl on thle e'y o
stile, thle ih.t ance of the putirchiase money tit
etcreuit of t welve miont hs to be- seocui-d h,
botnd of the puriltchse or pusrchaserts atm
mo.ri g'ege of thei p. tnn'ses, purcha mse-rs ii
Sheri i'r, Lic,1. W. D)U V'A Ll, S. F. C,
W innsborn,. Oct. 9 1871.
Trust What Time Sanctioned.
Thue amaximci thbat theo, ice ot thle p'ople
is the v-oice of the- divinity tunmy in sone.
caxes, he openi to dlouibt, buit testImony o
honiest anid enligh tenedi wvit nessce ex ted
trought a series of yeats, andi all to t h<
samce purporI, is wothy of ctredlenuc, ad
nit s c.f nto Cques ion. U pon such test imnii
ihe reput atiotn of Ilostet teor'.- Stonmch [lit
tel-s as tan antidote andt cure for many ail
mtents is basedl. Duiring thle twenity ycar-t
that tt hate beeni before the world, innume
rable preparations itenided to comptet<
withI it, htavo gone up like rockets, amt
comto down the extingutished sticks. Mecan
while lie pt-ogrees of that Incomparable
totnic has been swift and steady--alwayt
upward andl onward like the eagle's flight
Its itro-iductionk produced a revolution it
therapeutics, andI it proved to bo one c.
those salutary revolutions thtat. cannot ge
hackwards. To-day Hlostetter's Bittern
is one of the moat, populaur remedies ir
chiristendom, and commandhs a lar-ger sale
than any other medioinal preparation, do
mestic or imported, oa this side of the At
latitic. As a cure for dyspepiia, bihionti
dlisorder-s, tiervoius atfections, generaul d~e
bility, attd as a pr-eventive of epideic feo
ver, it takes precedence or every other re
medy. ThIs fact. should teach the amnbitiou:
cotutntty dealers who endeavor to foIs
their local abortions on [te public in Iit
stead, how futile their small attempts t
cajole the commuiaty must necessarily Ito
Where the game fish have failed there is ti
channe fo.r the *eas. rs3 oc n
Lowrey at Ills Tricks Again,
We notice that the notorious Henry
Berry Lowrey has been tricking
Uncle Satu's boys again. A few days
since ho passed down Lumber river
in a batteau within full view of a
squad of twenty-three "boys in blue,"
who fired upon him. He simply
squatted in the bottom of his boat,
careering it over so as to constitute
an atuateur breastwork to protect him
from their bullets, and "paddled
about his business. - Wilmington
A Prominen railroad conduztor of
sedate hibits recently atracted lunch
altiition in ono of the churcies in
Polrtsmssouth I, wile indulging in i sliglh
nap during sermoti time, lay exclai minlg
"hlinge cars for Glonice-ster Bratich.'
Oan lw g nrousead Ite was somnewlhtt
Clingtine'd by%, lnot.icing all eyes trrted
towards hiit), with smiling countenall
Our modern course of living begets a
condition of the body ihat requires ocoa
sional relief. 'i lie system teecomes en
feetbledt, deranged, ologged, and labors in
its taisk. The minid symaapaithizes with it
and bot h sinK <, or tire depressed I oge ther.
To restore the vital energies, piurge lie syio
teml -cleanse the blood--take Ajer's Pills.
-Gl.%-gow (KCY.) thece Press.
I-lrloyVnrT iN CllAl.S-roxj -Among
the recent improvements in Charleston is
the warehousu and builders' depot of Mr.
P. P. Tosle, the inanfillacturer of Doors,
'ashes aiad B-ii(, extendinig through
from No. 20 lltynao street to No. 83 Pinok.
ney street, and said to lie the most exten.
-itea as well as (lie most complete zstab.
lishienit of the kind South of Baltimore.
)Y Virtue of saindry Executsitns to me
directet, i wal offer for saile at. Fiairfield
Court luoanse lo the first Monday and the
day f'ollowing, in Noveuber next, within the
legal hu1rs of sale, to Ise highest biddier,
for Cash, tie followilng Real Property.
Purcl.aers to pay for litlies and stamps :
All (tint tract, of land in Fairfield Coun
ty State of South Caialina, knsown as the
John C. Rosboroigh tract, containing
three hundred and seventy six acres raore
or less, and bounded by lands of Samuel
Johnston. H1. L. Etho.t John Ford, Puehim
Ford rand others, levied upon as the pro
perry of I. H. ltoshorousgl, at tte suits of
Jas. L. Rosborough aad others.
Sheriff's Office,., W. DOVALL, S. F. C.
Wiunsioro, s C., Oct. 131h, 1871.
oct 17 x2tl
''hle State of South Carolima.
COIJNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
John V. Mclisicknd his wire, Mary It.
McKir-iekc, Platuitiffs, vs. David L.
Glens, Adilir of IEttte of II A. Glenn,
deceased, and nth-:s, Defendati,
Inl pursunnce (ir an order of Court, made
in ithe above slated cause, I will offer for
sale, al public autcry, to the highest bid
tier, before the Court HMuse door in Winns
boro within the legal hours of sale on the
fir.t Monday in November next. the follow
ing described property to wit :
One tract of land on Little River, con
taining about Four Hundred anl Fifty
A cres, mi e or less. and bounded by lands
of Dr John Wallace, Dr. J M. Glenn and
others, and also ote other tract o-a Little
River containing about Seven IHundred and
Fifty Acres, nore .r less, and bounded by
laiss of Stephen Gibson, Josiah Gibson,
Dr. J. N. Glean and others. The last
named tract, 75) tcres, may be sold in two
or more separaie tratS.
Terns of' Sale.
One-thtird caih. to be paid an the dny of
sale, t he balance of? Ih psul chase mtone-y otn
a credit of onue antd Iwo years int eqal in~
u'talamentt, to ho securead lby band of the
prasttier or' puirchsaers andiu m5origage oaf
prem~nises, pur'chiaser to pay for stamprs and
L. W. DU)VALL, 8. F. C.
Shseriff 'a Office,
Witnnshoro, Oct 9, 1871.
FIShl I FISH I
20 kits Extra Mc'ss Ma~ckerel. put up ex
pressly for' family se, 10 kits Pickled Sal
maan, 't very nicet relishs for' Break fi~st, also
200) lbs. Pickled Shsad. JIACOT & CO.
QEGOARS of thme following favorite brands,
O Pacht, Cabinet, Little Moity, jaust re
ceived bsy A. P. MILLER.
Onions ! Onions I
ALOT of Onios, just received by
?1 MclNTY ItE & CO.
In. barre'l s, haal f b-rtrels, quasrter bar-rels
an i kits, talt gr'adesa Flout', liacons, Larda
Ii in. M ohiasses. Chseee, andl? Macc1arona,
Boots and timhl I ts, II:,rdtwiare ad (rocker'y.
UBGGING( AND TIES.
Itighsest market pr'ices paid for Cotton.
Liberal CASH advancses imade on consign
monte. Cotton shipped to New York,
Boston, Chtarlestons, Ltysauroor. and JA
EETCHIN & ROBERTSON,
CONG RESS 81'R EE?'
400 busndles "Arrosw" Tiesg, which we
will sell ver-y tow bay the 10ozen I undles or
more. BIACOT & CO.
A L.OT at, MacINTVRB & SO's,
CONFECTIONS, &o., &o
Toys, Fancy Goodss Confee
tions and Notions.
The largest, prettiest sad treet assortet
ever offered in this market is now opened
at the Confectionary of
A. P. MILLER.
Ills old friends ani patrons are request
ed to call, atd ;*re assured of satisfactioi
In the various articles of stock to whih b
Inviles their attention-asw follows;
Fanoy and Plain Candies of a superlo
quality, Domestic and French Chocolates
imperial Bon Bons, Cocoanut Cakes and
lars. Cordial Drops, Lemon, Pe' tit, Apph
and Apricot Slices, together with a genera
assortment of 'lhun, .8tiok, Bar anti Lui
Candles. Engllh Walnuts. Brasils, Al
monds and Pecans. all of reesnt inporta
tiou, Figs, Layer liaisi is, in whole atic
quarter boxes, Fresh Lemons, &c.
In the Toy Department will Ito founil ti
greatest variety of Halle, Marbles, Tojs
Gutis, Pistols. lIattles, Whistles, Whips.
Watrons, Wheelbarrows, hiirmonicuns
Horns, Trumpets, Trumbones. Violins, Gui
tars, Saving Banko, Carts, Velocipedes, ADC
a i letolusad other Fancy Toys. ndopted t
all nges from * grave to gay," -from livel;
lo severe." Choicest Segars of variou
brands may also be found here
()ESPECTFULLY announces to the pub
L lie that lie I. now receiving and open
ing (at. the store room formerly occupied b:
Bacot & Co ) a new stock or gootds consist
ing in part of Sugar, Cofwee, Molasses nn
Syrup, Itice, BAgging, iron Ties, Twine
Powder and Shot. Axle Grease, Cheese
Cracke''s. tboaps, Manilla Hope. Candles
Painted Buckets, Tubs and ChurnsBroom
IVell Buckets and Measures, Soda, 111
Stone, Concentrated Lye, Cantdy, Peppet
andI Ginger, Cttins, Axes. Spades, Shovels
Manure Forks. Nails, Horse and Mulb
Shoes, 'I obacco, Tin Ware, Vinegar, Salt
Bacon, Flour, &a. All of which will be
offered at prices to suit the times.
The highest market nrices paid in Cash
for C'stton and other Produce. It will be a
pleasure to hini to show his stock, and at
tend to the wants of his friends. Give hin
a call. oct 10
WOODWARD & lW
ARE NO IF READY WITH THEIR
FALL and WINTER STOCK
To offer t~reat Inducements to their cus
towers, both in quality of Good. an<
It will be well for every one to examin
our stock before making their purchases.
We pay the highest market price fo
00TTON, and are prepared to make libern
advances on all Consignments by partie
not wishing to sell, and will ship to eithe
New York, Baltimore or Charleston.
WOODWARD & LAWs
Pickled Tonigues, 4amokedl Tongues, 11am
of lie choicest thrnnds, Soda, Lemon, Gin
ger. Fney antd itt ir Crcker, hlorse
ford'st hBrenad l'repar~at ion. highly recom
mendietd, (Gintz's Sea Fonm, for makin1
breah andh btiscuits, I case llev. U am, tece
lent luntchies, i.Cper, &-: . 15 hoxbues Gloe
ter' 'lactae, 1t0t, 'xes Etnglishi Dairy <Ihees
Coax Gehltine, Atserted Extracts , Btrand:
Pteachecs. Assortedl Jehtes, hlose Cocoanuit
i.emoin Syrup, Etnglish Pickles, at 60 ots.
per bottle, Sardintes, Cigars. &c.
oct. Jo BJA CT & ('0.
Chanmpagne ! (Champagnle! !
A LOT~ of Campiagne and a lot fine whis
.kie., juist received at.
ek 18 ii. W. DEMPORTERS.
Rill for Partition.
John P. McKissick and wit. vs. Itavid L
(Ilenn Admur. and others.
Purstiuant to an orderi of Court m'ado is
the cause abtove stated, then creditors o
the estate of ii. A. Gletnn dlec'd., are re
qusired to presenut and estabtlishi thei
claimus before the uinuieraigned as itefere,
at the otlice of Clerk of Coart, i
Winnsboro 8, C. on or be*fore 1st Nov niext
8A M1L. B.CLOWNEY
sept 21 tlz6 Referee.
111H subscriber br.s a fe w Ihouasand c
.W. Wison's Albany Strawberry Plants, i
fine growing condit ion of which lie will dis
pose on the same terms that lie paid to
them at, the Nursery. Price $).00 pel
hundred. J.8. CONNORt.
THE WONDERFUL REMaDY FoR
Canocr, Syphills, Aorofuta, Ulere, Salt
RhseuM ani all other Chronic Blood Dis.
Dr. P. T. Keene having just ret urntAl
fro- Ecuador and brought with hima quan.
tity or the genuine CunpuaAsoo BAK, so
cured through the officiat recommendation
and assistance of Iia Excellency the Frise
ident of Ecuados, and the Goverament of
that Republic, we are prepared to ill ill
orders for it to a limited extent, at a price
about one-quarter of that which the cost of
the first very small supply compelled as to
A sputrious article is now advertised and
tsold as Cunduraigo We heave, at a con
I siderable expenise. and with ithe co-opera.
tion or the authorities of Lojo, the pro.
visuce where the plant grows, so directed
te channel of our supply as to ensure that
I none but .Ie genuine article should be sold
by us; and we particularly call the atten.
iut of the public, for their protecotion, to
(his faot. BLISS, KEENiE & CO.,
60 Cedar St., New York.
D. W. Bliss, M1. D., Washington, D. C.;
Z. E. Bliss, M. D.. New York ; P. T. Keene,
I M D., New York.
Solicited by Muiax &
S Co., Pulishers Scientifie
-Anmerican,87 Park Rtow,
N. Y. Twenty live .ears' experienco.
- Panphlets containing Patet LawtP, with
full directions how to obtain Patents, free.
A bound volitie or 118 pages. contain
ing the Now Census by counties and all
large cities, 140 Engravings of Mechanical
Movements, Patent Laws and rules for ob
taininlag baxents, mailed on receipt of 26
EitRTilI CLOSETS.-Get. the best. Earti
Closet Co., 21 State St., Hartford, Ct.
Sole U. S. Proprietors of Moule's, M1oule &
Girdioson's9 Luthier's, Waring's, Newion's
and Doolittle's Patents. The only Closets
that have proved effective The Earth
Closet, by its disinfection of faeces, Is the
most vahiable means of preventing spread
of cholera tad other coItagioub diseases.
Send for circulars. Agents wanted every
where. Salesroons, 19 Doane St., Buston;
690 Broadway, N. Y.; 1221 Market Street,
A NEW ERA IN
Clothes and Fuel
nY Tn11 UaSe OV
Send foe Circular
and Price List.
WILSON, LOCKWOOD, EVERETT & CO.,
51 MURRA Y S.. N. Y.
Solo Agents for the States of Virgini a.
North and South Carolina, Georgia and
A coinmtm v-111t tof Coe..-nt Oittl.af. Acknowl
ed:n-at th' lN at prsnnoter Vf t growth ard beau ty
orf ite h.str-. B3, AJ3S.T A CO.. ltoston. Msuas.
8old by all d ruggists erJkare of inttions.
$:0. We will Pay $30.
Agents $30 per week to sell our great and
valuable discoveries. If you want permia.
nent, houorable and pleas:nt work, apply
for particulars Address DYER & CO.,
$450 A MoNin I Il orse furnished. Ex,
penses laid. 11. 1. il AW, Alfred, Me.
A ODQUACh9.--A victim of early in
discretion, causing nervous debility.
premature decay, etc , having tried in vain
every advertised remedly, has discovered a
sinmple means of self-cure, which he will
sendl to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. HI.
REE~VES, 73 Nassau st.. N. Y.
Thirty Years' Experienice
INTUE TRF.ATMEN? OF
Chronic and Sexual Diseases.
A Physological View of Mriaige.
The chaeapest bcok ever publshed-con
taining nearly three hundred pages, and
one Ilundied and thirty fine plates and en
'gravings of the anatotty of the human or
gans, in a state of health and disease, with
a treatise on early errors, its deplorafile
consequenses upon thea mInd and body,
with the authtor's plan of sreatment--the
only rational and succevafful mode of cure,
as shown by a report of cases treatedi. A
trulthful adlviser so she married and thaose
contemplating mnarria're, who entertain
(donbts, of their physical condition. Sent
free or postage so any~ address, en receipt
r of twenty five cents in stamps or postal
currency, by addressli 1itt. LA CRlOiX,
1 No. 81 Maidens lanse, Albanay, N. Y. The
autthor may be co~nsuslted upon any of the
disecases upon which Is book treats, either
r per'onally or by snaIl, and medIcines vent
to any pars of the world. oct 18
Fresh CIncinnati Lager
* L WAYS on hand at
A. A. P. MILLER'S,
- ..fl ~ o
Telsbareleone ris Poalos.
ont to.rurw a r
-0- o ls0
T HE subscriber and his afster, MIrs
SIAW, have returned from the North, hav
ing purShased one of the largest steoks of
Goods they have ever offered in the mar
ket. Consitlig in part of,
.Ladilee Dlonets, 'IZ~ts, Feathers; 'low.
eta and Ribbons of the latest sty'es, Dress
Goods In great varity, Cloalks and Shawls
of every description, Boulevards, Dhio
r41 and Hoop Shirts, Corsets, Shigons,
SpVitphes, Jet Jewelhy, Drets Trimmings,
Edgi'ngq, iusetings, d.' Pimost every or
ticle kept In a first el'ass Dry Goods or Mlil.
BOVTS AND SHOES.
Ile wishes to call special -attention to his
stock of Ladies', Misses, Goats and Boys
Boots, Shoe andGalters,'as he has one of
the largest, best and oheapest stocks In the
market, consisting of FIFTY different via.
rioties, the principql part of which is made
0110 FI ID EIZ
And warranted to be clear of paper and
wood Having completed arrangements
with the Boot and Shoe Manufactories,
where he buys for the Cash, enables him to
sell wholesale or retail as low as they can
be bought this side of where they are made.
All he asks Is, to call and examine his
stock and be satisfied as to prico and qual
Ills stook of Gents' Hats, Ready Made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, &c., is large
ad complete, and cannot be surpassed In
quality and.price. Call and see for your.
Groceries and Provisions.
Always on hand at lowest, cash price,
consisting of Bacon, Lard, Biutter, Cheese,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Corn Meal, Griet, Irish
Potatoes, Mackerel In barrels, half-barrels,
quarter-barroe and kits, Cod Flah, Devilled
l'urkey and 11nm, put pp in cans, Pickles,
Canned Fruits, Candles, Raisins, Currents,
Matccaroni, Citron, Mac,., Nutrtegs, Gin.
ger, Spicei, Cinnamon, Flavoring Bxtracts,
Prize Candy of diffet eat kinds, Cakes, &c.
Ihardware, Ihollow Wave,. Tin Ware,
Wooden Ware, Crockery, Sole Leather,
Bedsteads, Mattresses, &e.
Nothing eharged for showIng goods.
Call and examine his stock, as he is deter.
mined not, to be . undersol4 by any. All
Goods sold for Cash and Cash only.
To Abram D). IIunter of Leone,
Trhe State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF~ FAIRFIELD,
couRT Or COaMMOt PLREst
George L. lunier, as adinistrator ot the
Estate of George R, ilunter, deceased,
Plaintiff against Adam F. hituter,
AIbram F. Bunter, Ihenry 1D. 'lluoter,
Cyrus W, hlunter, J. T. D~earing, and all
others., creditors of said deceased, whop
ltceeti'ay r'eq nitm n enre~ t i
8ummons for Belief.
To the lefendants :VYou are hereby stun
moned an~d a rquired tojanewer the complant
in this aotion, which is filed in theoflice of
the Clerk of Cotomnon Plenas, for the said
County, and to serve a copy of your answer
to the said complsiot oo the subscrIber at
his Ofiice,'No. 7. & 9., Market Street Winos.
horo, 80. Ca..--within Twenty Pays after
tihe service hereof, exclusive of ihe day'of
such serelce ; and If you fail to answer the
Complaint wihhIn the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff ina this action will apply to th-e
Court for rol id demanded in the complaint,.
Dated 9th October 1871.
J A8. 11. RION,
Published by order of thq. Judge.
oct 1 --x fi WI,,nshron.C.
CAR loal St. Louis Red May Seed Whoas,
Car load St. Losis White, Blask and Red
Car load Westers Family and Ltra
Smoked snd Hulk Bacon, Sugar Cared
11ame, Beet Tongues, Dried Deef, No. 1.
2 and 8 Mackerel, in kits, half and qoas ter
and whole barrels, all guaranteed, and
D. R. Flenniken.
edie I ns,
We ask the attention of the Ladies and
the Public generally to the large and
choice assortment of the above goods,
which we are now receiving for the 'fall
- EcKASTER & BRICE.
I AVE Just received a fresh lot of all
.le. d Uo rooeries, both Fancy and
The celebrated Old Dourbon Whiskey, di.
reet from Kentucky, besides every kind of
Drandy, Wine, Ales, &o.
Good Hemloek Sole-Leather,
A lot of American Club Fish, better and
cheaper than 8eydInes.
sept28 RI.J. McCARLEY.
On hand a full assortmont ef Shovels,
Spades, Manure Forks, Trace Chains, Bal.
ances, Steelyards, Ilanes, Mule Shoes,
Nalls, Horse Nails, Kettles, Sauce-pans,
Well Dluokers, Axes, Axe llandles, Fry
Pans, Sieves, Hatcbets, Steel. Iro., Horse
8hoe iroe, &e. BACOT &t CO.
S. B. Clowney, C. C. P., vs. James Cathe
eart, tRichard Catheart.
PURISUANT to an order of Court, I w H1
sell at publie outcry-to the highest bId
der, before the Court. House door in Winne
bore, '4. C., on the 1st Monday in Novena
ber next, during the legal hoots of sale,
the tract of land Joscribed in the pleadings
mn this cause, known as the "Nott Place,''
covsining 4012 acres, mere or less, lying
and situtate in the County of Fair~eld, near
Winnuboro, and in the fork of the two pub.
.Ito wagon roads leadin5 from the said
Town of Winnaboro, one to Chesterville
and the other to Rooky Mount, and bound
ad by lands of a. E. Ellison, Jr. and oth
ers. . -
Te~rns of Sale.
Costh of suit and expenses of sale, and
one-half of ths purchase money to be paid
in cash on A'day of sale. hal lane on a
oredit of twelve months with interesi from
day of sale, to be secured by bond of pur
chaser with good persona! scurii~y, and
mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
SA ME4. D. CLOWNI4K,
eel l0-f i2 Clerk.
C0 LG ATES 80.\P, B.abbit 8nap, Cooking
Soda. Alsoileavy O..nrburgs for Cut
Ion i19aga, &e. Jlubt re -i ved by ,
sept 6 M'MA$TERI 233.